Tuesday, December 1, 2015

New York's Craziest Sandwiches Strike Back

Sofrito Lovers,

I am an avid reader of NYEater.com because of their amazing restaurant reviews; their insight into NYC food culture; and the attention they give to restaurants throughout the City, not just Midtown and below. 

Check out this amazing article on NYC's craziest sandwiches!  Maybe, I'll see you at one of the spots below!  Now go taste for yourself! ¡Buen provecho!


New York's Craziest Sandwiches Strike Back

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This decade might be dubbed the Era of Crazy Sandwiches, because every day more seem to appear. Consider them mini works of art: not only are many fun to eat (in some cases, only if you can figure out how to do so), but they’re beautiful to look at. Others are simply over the top, such as the Freight Train from Zaro’s in the Grand Central Dining Concourse, which is a study in modern excess. Here, then, is our fourth collection of strange sandwiches.

Freight Train — Of course it’s not good for you, isn’t that the whole point of this bizarrely overstuffed breakfast sandwich? It contains three eggs, four strips of bacon, two sausage patties, two slices of boiled ham, two slices of American cheese, and — here’s the coup-de-grâce — a layer of fried hash browns. This surfeit of ingredients is deposited on a croissant, which is fat-intensive by itself. For dieters, you can also get it on a bialy. The cost? $10.99, but that’s not bad for two meals worth of calories. Find it at: Zaro’s Bakery, Grand Central Dining Concourse, 89 E 42nd St, (212) 292-0160

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